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Brad W. Martin
Brad W. Martin is the Vice President of Quality and Engineering Operations for Enterasys Networks. Martin is responsible for global software quality assurance, global engineering services, corporate program management, manufacturing technology and corporate quality control. Martin and his team have implemented an award winning quality information infrastructure and have been recognized by industry publications and analysts. Martin and his team were 2012 recipients of the Manufacturing Leadership 100 awards in two quality leadership categories.
This is with no doubt, one of the best if not the best book and approach there is to designing and applying a Social Business Strategy. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pablo Bermudez
I'm not presently working in the business world, but I found the ideas and concepts from "The Pursuit of Social Business Excellence" could also be applied to our everyday... Read morePublished 13 months ago by RoseRunner :-)
Most in the industry are talking about the benefits of social and how it should be implemented in a business. Read morePublished 23 months ago by B. Jaffery
Really awesome book - you can tell that the authors are truly embracing the social aspect of business and are practicing what they preach.
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT !
Using their own journey as a real world case study, Brad and Vala catalogue and dissect the steps to re-invent social relationships within an organization. Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by TryItFixItTryIt
Vala tweets. He tweets a lot. Follow him on twitter and you will get quotes from Colin Powell to Russell Simmons to John Wooden. Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by StephenFMeadows
Do to the fact that I know Vala Afshar personally, this book is written absolutely authentic and what he presents on daily business. EXCELLENT ! I am impressed.Published on January 23, 2013 by Ivica Majdandzic
Vala and Brad's The Pursuit of Social Business Excellence allows the reader to take away from this book ideas on becoming more visible and having greater impact in an increasingly... Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Tom Currier